Geography Network Canada Publishers
The Geography Network Canada will
offer content from local, provincial and federal governments,
as well as leading map and data providers. Below is a list
of organizations whose content is available through the
Geography Network Canada as a dynamic map or data service.
You may click on the organization name to view their content
- ESRI Canada is a Canadian owned
company specializing in Geographic Information System
(GIS) products and services. As the Canadian distributor
of ESRI products, ESRI Canada is dedicated to providing
a comprehensive line of software, consulting services,
training and technical support. ESRI Canada’s professional
services are tailored to support users at any time in
the life cycle of their geographic information system
(GIS). Our years of GIS experience have taught us that
the best way to institute an effective system is by educating
its users about all aspects and applications of the technology.
- DMTI Spatial™ is the Really
Smart Spatial Solutions™ company that enables users to
understand their customers, optimize resources, realize
opportunities, maximize profitability and make informed
decisions through accurate products and innovative thinking.
DMTI Spatial is North America’s leading provider of comprehensive
spatial products and services. Since 1994 we have delivered
superior, innovative solutions to industries such as Government,
Telecommunications, Transportation, Utilities and Web
Wildlife Fund Canada
- Founded in 1967, World Wildlife
Fund Canada has become one of the country's leading conservation
organizations, enjoying the active support of more than
50,000 Canadians. As a member of the WWF International
network, we actively contribute to the achievement of
the organization's mission: To stop the degradation
of the planet's natural environment and to build a future
in which humans live in harmony with nature, by: conserving
the world's biological diversity; ensuring that the use
of renewable resources is sustainable; and promoting the
reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.
WWF Canada's 2000 - 2005 Conservation Program is tackling
some of the most daunting conservation challenges facing
the country, as well as the broader international community.
Our energies are directed to completing a national network
of marine protected areas, safeguarding the Arctic, supporting
leading-edge research to protect Canadian wildlife and
habitats, addressing priority conservation concerns for
North America, and protecting Cuban wildlife and habitats.
WWF employs a range of tools to achieve its conservation
results. These include field research, scientific mapping,
policy initiatives, market solutions and public education.
WWF works closely with local communities and others who
share the common goal of protecting the natural world.
WWF's conservation results include the protection of 96
million acres of Canadian wilderness through the Endangered
Spaces Campaign; the development and implementation of
recovery plans for a number of species, including the
St. Lawrence beluga whale and the right whale; the banning
of carbofuran, a grasshopper spray implicated in the decline
of the burrowing owl; and the protection of thousands
of acres of tropical forests throughout Latin America.